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Revisiting a Classic from the Civil Rights Era: Black Like Me

The premise of Black Like Me¬†couldn’t be more succinct or effective: a white journalist goes under medical treatments to turn his skin black in order to understand the black experience in the deep south in 1959. 358 more words

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Dorian Gray

Oscar Wilde is quite possibly the king of one liners.

“To love oneself, is the beginning of a life long romance.”

“I adore simple pleasures, they are the last refuge of the complex.” 634 more words

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